Since 2018, I have received $1.1 million in funding for research and teaching-related projects. I’m grateful to my funders for their support of my work and that of my collaborators.

Grant writing for the Multiactor Edtech Data Ethics Advocacy (MEDEA) project: Ethical edtech governance in higher educationIndiana UniversityResearch2023$16,975
Prioritizing privacy: Training to improve practice in library analytics projectsInstitute of Museum and Library Services Research2019-2022$249,198
Student privacy in the datafied classroom: Identifying instructional student privacy practices to facilitate librarian/faculty conversationsInstitute of Museum and Library ServicesResearch2019-2022$306,682
Getting to know their “data doubles”: An inquiry into student perceptions of privacy issues associated with academic library participation in learning analyticsInstitute of Museum and Library ServicesResearch2018-2021$514,484
Towards quality: A project to systematically develop Quality Matters skills and capacities for an online departmentIUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning Teaching2018-2019$30,036
Algorithms in the library: An investigation into academic library participation in learning analytics and related intellectual freedom and privacy issuesAssociation for Library and Information Science Education Research2017-2018$5,000